Press: Navy, Army & News

After two months of confusion on the subject of Army and Navy censorship of military news, last week outlines of order emerged from chaos. Not only did the Navy reorganize its press bureau, but the Army enunciated a sensible policy on military news—a policy that stopped far short of real censorship.

Although the Navy Department is headed by a newsman, Secretary Frank Knox, not until last week did it follow the lead of the Army in heading its press section with a ranking officer — able to make decisions on what is printable without...

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